A good part of this family-oriented restaurant's interior planking and paneling, some dating to the 1600s, was salvaged from a local boatyard. Stained-glass windows came from a church in Maine. Typical New England fare—from chowder and kale soup to shrimp, scrod, salmon and lobster—can be found on the largely seafood menu. The seafood pot pie in a light lobster sherry cream sauce is phenomenal. Prime rib, sirloin steak and chicken parmigiana also put in an appearance.
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